An update

An update

I never wrote about the BSB concert, did I? Well, let me just say that it was AMAZING! We picked up Dennis at his hotel at around 2pm I think and drove over to the concert hall. Since we had some time left we just walked around the Cannstatter Wasen a bit (similar to the Munich Oktoberfest). At 4pm Biggi and me were supposed to be at the entrance for the Soundcheck Party. When a lady gave us our paper bracelets I got really nervous, felt like a crazed teenager. LOL!
We were in the first row a little off to the left side during the soundcheck. Brian standing right in front of us. Before they started I waved at him and he grinned and waved back! I could’ve died right then and there. The soundcheck alltogether was really great, I took tons of pictures, which you can all find here. I was able to sneak in my digital camera, one with huge zoom and very good quality pictures. I still can’t believe that I was able to get it past 3 bag checks!!
After the soundcheck we had some time left and I was really thirsty, so we went to the next gas station to get something to drink. Since we were lazy we found a place to sit down and sat there talking for almost two hours when the hall doors finally opened.
We had good sites off to the right side, close to the stage. The show was awesome! The opening act sucked, but yeah, I wasn’t there for them anyway. Rapsoul or whatever their name was…
It wouldn’t have been a real BSB concert if tons of girls hadn’t been pulled out, ’cause they sat around all day not eating anything. In that way times really didn’t change.
What else has happened lately? Last weekend I was in London for the Salon International. Just the same as last year. The travel agency I work at organizes trips to the fair and to make sure everything works alright, my boss and me go there too. I had surprisingly much time off, which was cool. Saturday night I saw “We Will Rock You” which was so great. The British audience is so much different from the German one. The lights went out and people already started screaming, singing and chanting. It was so fun. Especially the part where Galileo had to prove to Britney that he knows the text. When Galileo imitated Britney’s weird moves, a few girls had to laugh so hard they totally confused poor Galileo, he had to laugh too and took some time to regain his composure. The audience went crazy. ^_^
Other than that I also saw “Corpse Bride” which was awesome too! I didn’t feel like waiting for it to come to theatres here in Germany, I think we will actually get it in about a month. Ugh!
Am I the only one who wanted Victor to end up with Emily?
The last day in London was also my birthday, which was nice, since I had the whole day off until my flight. So I went shopping. Whee! 2 new pairs of shoes and 3 handbags (add 1 more that I already bought the day before!).
What’s coming up next? On November 10th I will fly to Turkey for a few days and on November 18th to Kunming in China for a little over a week. And I don’t have to py anything for that! 😀

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